With Schmersal’s IIoT solution, data and information can be captured in production and sent to the back office for real-time analysis. The basis of the IIoT solution is the field level, which includes networked sensors and actuators as well as safety switchgear devices. The Schmersal Cloud Solution acts as a link between the field and back office levels. The aim is to boost the efficiency of machinery and systems with condition monitoring, predictive maintenance and the calculation of key performance indicators (KPIs). In the future, Schmersal's cloud solution will also offer energy management apps that can be used to monitor power peaks and identify potential energy savings.
The AZM40 solenoid interlock has a compact design and requires little space. It also has a high locking force. Schmersal will be showcasing new variants at Hannover Messe 2024, including escape and emergency release for enhanced user safety. The addition of IP69 degree of protection now opens up additional potential uses. The user also benefits from reduced energy consumption with the AZM40: thanks to the bistable operating principle of the clamping device, more than 50 % of the power consumption can be saved compared to monostable locking devices.
The H series from Schmersal will be showcased at Hannover Messe 2024 as a full range of new command and signalling devices for hygiene-sensitive applications, particularly food processing. The focus of development for the series were the requirements of hygienic design. The devices contribute to hygiene in production and thus to food safety and the health of end consumers.
The devices feature high-quality plastics for the operating surfaces, as well as stainless steel front rings, thus making them more resistant to dirt and aggressive cleaning agents, and characterising their durability in the long term. Long-term use also contributes to energy savings and resource conservation.
22 - 26 April 2024
Monday to Friday
daily from 09:00 to 18:00
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